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Criminal Law: Robbery-Hobbs Act-Crime of Violence

Where a defendant who was convicted of robbery under the Hobbs Act and unlawful possession of a weapon challenged the admission of evidence of him wearing clothes similar to those worn by the perpetrator, the evidence was properly admitted as relevant, non-character evidence under Rules 401 and 402 and it was relevant on the issue ...

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